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  ENGLISH GRAMMAR  
Alphabet
Vowels & Consonants
Word Building
Sentences
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Cardinal-Ordinal Numbers
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adverb
Adjective
Preposition
Conjunction
Interjection
Tenses
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Active & Passive Voice
Direct & Indirect Speech
Vocabulary
DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH
Direct and Indirect Speech Uses of Direct-Indirect Speech Direct into Indirect Speech
Questions Statements Commands and Requests Statements
Assertive statements Exclamations and Wishes Statements
COMMANDS AND REQUEST STATEMENTS
In reporting commands and requests, the Indirect Speech is introduced by some verb expressing command or request and the imperative is changed into the infinitive.
  Examples:
Rekha said to Sushmita, “Please wait in the studio till I come.” (Direct)
Rekha requested Sushmita to wait there till she returned. (Indirect)
He said to the servant, “Get out” (Direct)
He asked the servant to get out. (Indirect)
The salesman said to the customer, “Please pay at the cash counter.” (Direct)
The salesman told the customer to kindly pay at the cash counter. (Indirect)
He shouted, “Let me come.” (Direct)
He shouted to him to let him go. (Indirect)
He said, “Be patient & listen to me.” (Direct)
He urged him / her to be patient & listen to him. (Indirect)
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Direct and Indirect Speech Uses of Direct-Indirect Speech Direct into Indirect Speech
Questions Statements Commands and Requests Statements
Assertive statements Exclamations and Wishes Statements